Tallulah – one of the most beautiful songs that I’ve ever heard.
To me Tallulah brings back memories.
I’ve noticed playing Tallulah (loud!) when ever I feel unsecure (which is a lot), and not knowing what to do with my life (sic). I guess it’s my way of dealing with stuff: becoming even more depressed and not seeing a way out.
“I remember shooting stars, the walk we took that night, I hope your wish came true, mine betrayed me.”
When I talk about my favourite songs I always(!) act like my cup is full so to speak, that my favourite songs have already been written. That there possibly can’t be any addition to this already wide collection of goodies from different ages by different artists and by different bands. Yet, one time (a long, long time ago!) I did decide that my top 3 is closed: I chose one song by three of my favourite artists and had my list put together. In which order these three songs are depends on the day, and with whom I’m talking with. I won’t be sharing that top 3 with you yet.
I saw Sonata Arctica two summers ago at Sauna Open Air (Tampere, Finland). They didn’t play Tallulah but another masterpiece called Last Drop Falls.
Sonata Arctica – Silence
False News Travel Fast
The End of This Chapter
Land of the Free
Last Drop Falls
San Sebastian (Revisited)
Sing in Silence
Wolf and Raven
Respect the Wilderness
The Power of One
Wolf & Raven (Remake 2008)